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I use Adobe Premier 6.5 and as soon as I place a clip on the time line the whole Render line changes to Red, it used to only need rendering if an effect was applied. Anyone know what button I have pushed. ? John

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    Enter plays the timeline but my problem is the rendering, I used to place the clip on the time line and it did not need to be rendered, only the transitions had to be rendered.

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